Blacksad: A Silent Hell
Dark Horse Comics
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When will my order be ready to collect? There's also another private detective on the case, hippo-man Ted Leeman, who's just a little sore at losing his case. Behind it all is a mystery dating back to Sebastian's childhood and how Faust made him who he is.
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In the middle of this story, Blacksad is saved from drowning by another cat-man, who appears and disappears mysteriously. This figure hints at having some sort of connection to Blacksad's past; is he a hallucination, or a supernatural ghost?
And how does a cat-man wind up with a tattoo? Did he shave his chest?
Or is the image just inked into his fur? Some of these questions may be answered in future Blacksad tales, which would be the first real series continuity outside of Weekly. As with the earlier Blacksad tale "Arctic Nation," race relations come to the fore as Sebastian is meant to remind readers of African-Americans even though he isn't a black dog-man; in "Arctic Nation," the African-American characters had black fur or feathers. A Living Hell is another stylish, energetic Blacksad outing and hopefully there are many more to come.
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And you'd have to be as tough as a real hippo to survive three shots to the gut like Ted did and so on. I did think "Faust" was a tad on the nose, heh. I hadn't thought of the similarities to thalidomide, but it fits. Right down to the attempts to duck out of taking blame for it and the German company behind the initial synthesis and marketing of the drug as a morning sickness cure didn't say sorry until !
And the drug was used in Spain during the 's too, so I hadn't thought of that angle but I think that's a good spot.
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